electromyography

NOUN
  1. diagnosis of neuromuscular disorders with the use of an electromyograph
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How To Use electromyography In A Sentence

  • Colonic motor function has also been investigated with electromyography, the electrodes being attached to the mucosa in the intact human.
  • I used electromyography to look at muscle performance, measured the height of jumps with people wearing tape. Times, Sunday Times
  • Nerve conduction studies and electromyography showed a pattern consistent with an axonal peripheral neuropathy, severe in the lower extremities and minimal in the upper extremities.
  • He was treated as an inpatient for three weeks, and after electromyography he was transferred to a specialist unit where he was found to have bilateral phrenic nerve palsies probably caused by neuralgic amyotrophy.
  • However, the use of ultrasonography, electromyography, thermography, and muscle biopsy has been studied.
  • Provisional arrangements had been made for electromyography and muscle biopsy, in case she had polymyositis.
  • The ‘real’ resting of the respiratory muscles may be assessed by invasive evaluation of the respiratory muscle pressures or by electromyography.
  • Seizures were verified by behavioral observations, electroencephalograph and electromyography.
  • Results The main clinical presentations of PM/DM included amyosthenia, muscular tenderness, elevation of serum enzymes, accompanied by abnormal electromyography and muscular pathology.
  • Other evaluation tools include surface electromyography, accelerometers, potentiometers, handwriting tremor analysis, and long-term tremor records.
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